Thursday, 5th December, 2013
Manchester United and Liverpool will be disappointed in their apparent interest over Koke, with the player's representative denying he is seeking any moves.
Koke has come under the spotlight this year with AC Milan also eyeing the Atletico Madrid midfielder over a €4m bid.
The two English giants are being tipped for a battle in the British media, though nothing concrete has yet come off those reports.
Regardless, Koke's advisor Inaki Espizua was today quoted by AS as saying: "Koke appreciates the interest shown by some, but he feels very valued by [Atletico].
"At 21, Koke feels he has yet to face many challenges with Atletico.
"He identifies with the club tremendously and has hopes of doing many things with this shirt."
Koke has been part of the senior set-up at his boyhood club since January 2011 while he capped that with a Spain debut in August this year.
He has clocked three goals and nine assists in 15 La Liga games this season and has played all of Atletico Madrid's Champions League games so far.